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A Texas company with New Mexico ties is building a new 120,000-square-foot facility in Santa Teresa.
W. Silver Recycling, which provides a wide variety of recycling services for manufacturers, is planning to establish a distribution and processing hub for metals like copper, brass and aluminum. Lane Gaddy, CEO of the recycling firm, pointed to Southern New Mexico’s transportation services and access to the United States-Mexico border as a key reason for choosing Santa Teresa.
“We’re quite excited to begin the next phase of our evolution in Doña Ana County,” Gaddy said.